Featured Blogs & Columns
Some days I have absolutely no desire to work-out and as an athlete and personal trainer, I’m the first to admit that! Wouldn’t it be grand if there was an exercise programme you could do on your lazy days away from the bump and grind of the aerobics class or crowded gym floor.
The final three tips of our Get Back Into Shape After Pregnancy series are here. We see so many new mothers struggle to regain their shape; doing the right things can exponentially speed recovery, return function, as well as improve well-being and appearance post-pregnancy. Our final tips are:
Great Thinkers of the Eastern World by Ian P McGreal was first published in 1995 and is still relevant. It chronologically summarizes the major works and theoretical ideas of more than 100 outstanding thinkers of the Eastern world — focussing on those from China, India, Japan, Korea, and the World of Islam.
A number of our friends and clients are expecting their first baby in early 2018, so I thought this a good time to write a series on How to Get Back in Shape After Pregnancy.
This month resident counsellor Douglas Holwerda answers a mother's question about her daughter's self-esteem.
Having the willpower and self-discipline to control your eating even when you emotionally don’t want to is paramount to not feeling like you are falling off the bandwagon during Tet.
Apparently the international fast food chains are failing in Saigon. Some have closed their restaurants or cafés and some do not plan to expand, at least in the near future.
Let’s leave questions of discrimination aside for a moment and take a look at actual medical issues known to affect men who have sex with men. It’s a statistical truth that homosexual males are subject to a much higher potential of contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs) than straight people and gay women are.
Over the summer you were able to lose weight by sticking to your bikini diet. But as we head into the Tet festive season in February, it’s time to kick-start the Lunar New Year and overcome your health and fitness plateau with the PHA workout.
This month resident counsellor Douglas Holwerda answers the question of dealing with excessive worrying.